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Cash-Strapped Portugal Sells Its Swanky Spread At The Dakota For $11.5 Million
May 13, 2013
Mired in an economic crisis, Portugal is selling off its assets, including an eight-room co-op at the Dakota at 1 West 72nd Street that the country has owned for 40-plus years, according to the New York Post.
Manhattan’s Luxury-Home Supply Dwindles as High-End Apartment Demand Jumps
November 21, 2011
Jason Haber, who runs a New York real estate brokerage firm, is struggling to find apartments to show a client who’s in the market for a Manhattan home priced around $8 million. Faced with a dwindling supply of luxury properties, Haber said his agents at Rubicon Property have resorted to mailing letters to 300 condominium and townhouse owners around the city ...